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tony_anytuneKeymasterMay 22, 2020 at 1:55 pmPost count: 290
Anytune plays songs and playlists directly from your device’s Music Library through the Songs, Playlists, Artists and Albums categories in Anytune. Anytune cannot add, remove or modify the content in your music library.
You can create playlists and folders in Anytune. Anytune playlists can include songs in your device’s music library and songs directly imported into Anytune. These playlists and folders are saved as part of Anytune’s config data and do not affect the playlists in your device’s music library.
Have a look at Playlists and folders.
When you play a song for the first time a record is added to the All Tunes list. The record contains all the settings (tempo, pitch, marks, notes, lyrics,….) including the location of the audio file for the song.
Anytune allows you to save your song data (config) for all or a single song to iCloud or a file. This allows you to share your music meta data across your devices or with your friends.
Anytune does not save your song audio files to iCloud (it only saves the data). Data syncing works like a backup and restore. First you backup your song data, then you restore the song data to matching songs on your same or different device that has the same song files. Anytune automatically creates data backups regularly.
You can sync your songs across using your devices using iTunes Syncing using USB or WiFi, or you can use the iCloud Music Library.
When you want to restore your work from one device to another:
1. Sync audio file to target device.
2. Tap or Click Anytune Cloud
3. Choose the desired backup file.
4. Tap Restore All Above
Alternatively you can Export – Create a new version of a song to share the adjusted version of songs.
Anytune plays songs directly from your device’s music library and plays audio files that have been imported directly into Anytune through Files Picker/Open-In, Dropbox, WiFi and Email.
You could use Family Sharing to sync songs across users.
When you import a song directly into Anytune (using Record, Open-In, WiFi, Email, Files, Dropbox, …) the audio file is stored in Anytune’s private data. These songs are not shared across devices.
You must Export these songs to a location accessible to your other device and Import them into Anytune, or add them to your device’s music library.
Keep songs in a Dropbox or iCloud folder accessible to all your devices and import them into Anytune when you want to play them. See also Sharing song data (configs).
see support.anytune.app for more info.tony_anytuneKeymasterApril 19, 2020 at 5:12 pmPost count: 290tony_anytuneKeymasterApril 16, 2020 at 8:34 amPost count: 290
She may be IN a Playlist, such as All Tunes.
Folders contain playlists and playlists contain songs.
Playlists cannot contain playlists and folders cannot contain songs directly (just like iTunes).
Double Tap The Tune category category to move to the top of the hierarchy, where you can create folders and playlists.tony_anytuneKeymasterMarch 2, 2020 at 10:44 amPost count: 290
Anytune remembers all of your settings including tempo, pitch, gain, pan, EQ, and Reframe for each song. Your annotations including marks, loops, notes and lyrics are also included in Anytune’s “song data” or Configuration.
When you play a song for the first time Anytune creates a record for the song which includes the Config data and a reference to the song’s audio file. The audio file could be in your music library or could be imported directly into Anytune’s private data.
We call “Tunes’ songs that Anytune has played and created a record for. The All Tunes playlist contains all the songs Anytune has every played.tony_anytuneKeymasterFebruary 14, 2020 at 7:51 amPost count: 290
Thanks for contacting us directly and providing more information. This appears to be a bug in iTunes. iTunes is reporting duplicate playlists to apps like Anytune.
Please try Rebuilding your music library
See Rebuilding your music library in Anytune Mac does not see iTunes songs.tony_anytuneKeymasterNovember 24, 2019 at 11:33 amPost count: 290
See Globals and Defaults – https://anytune.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360024569251-Globals-and-Defaults
Anytune remembers the settings for each song. If you change the tempo and pitch of a song these values will be set when you return to the song. Using the Global settings allow you override the song specific settings and use the same settings across multiple songs.tony_anytuneKeymasterNovember 24, 2019 at 11:32 amPost count: 290in reply to: changed speed playback sounds bad (hollow, double) #6613
Anytune utilizes two time-stretching algorithms – Pro and HQ. HQ is available with Anytune Pro+ or when you add the Studio Pack to the Free version.
The Pro algorithm usually handles spoke voice very well and in some recordings better that the more resource intensive HQ algorithm.
You can demo HQ to see if it is better by going to Settings > Audio Quality and enabling HQ. But it will only let you try the first 20 seconds of a song.
Also make sure you do not have any other affects added to the song. Tap the Song Title and Tap Reset Music Settings.
You could also send us the audio file and we will give it a try to see if there is any optimizing that can be done.tony_anytuneKeymasterNovember 11, 2019 at 10:25 pmPost count: 290
The Remote Control Add-On ($4.99US) allows you to control Anytune through MIDI devices and BlueTooth keyboards and other Controllers like the AirTurn / PageFlip.
When Remote Control is enabled you can use all the Keyboard shortcuts (for remote control) – http://files.anytune.us/Documentation/Anytune-Keyboard-Shortcuts.pdf.
I know the Smart Keyboard is attached to the iPad and should not be considered a “Remote Control” but that is how things are wired now. We do have a case open to determine if we can distinguish between remote keyboards and the attached smart keyboard but it is not schedule at this time.tony_anytuneKeymasterNovember 4, 2019 at 9:55 pmPost count: 290tony_anytuneKeymasterOctober 22, 2019 at 7:32 amPost count: 290
All Tunes contains the records of all the songs that you have played in Anytune including marks, settings, … and pointers to the audio files.
Anytune plays songs directly from your music library OR audio files that have been explicitly imported into Anytune like Recordings.
If you downloaded a new version of Anytune into your Phone it would be empty, no songs in All Tunes. Ensure the songs are in your Music Library on your iPhone my finding them in Downloaded Songs in the Music App.
You can Restore the records from iCloud if the songs are downloaded to your device.
- Tap Cloud (Tap menu.svg to reveal share on iPhone).
- Choose the desired backup file.
- Tap Restore All Above OR Select the desired song and tap Restore.
A couple years ago Apple added a U2 Album to everyone’s Purchased Songs for free. Even if you didn’t want it.
Please http://anytune.app/contact-us or in Anytune: Tap help and “Email support” and we will help get this sorted.tony_anytuneKeymasterSeptember 30, 2019 at 8:44 pmPost count: 290tony_anytuneKeymasterSeptember 28, 2019 at 8:13 amPost count: 290
Anytune supports being a source for Audiobus I don’t know the latest on AmplkiTude.
Anytune also supports playing and allowing playback in the background,
So you= could run AmpliTude and Anytune together but separately. AmpliTude may have a setting to allow running in the background. You can control the gain of the music in Anytune’s LiveMix controls.tony_anytuneKeymasterJuly 24, 2019 at 8:18 amPost count: 290in reply to: Searching song with apostrophe doesn’t seem to work #5855
Searching with punctuation can be tricky. There are actually three or more variants of apostrophie. The one that is in most songs is not accessible (or at least I can’t find it) on my iPad keyboard. It would be nice to consider all apostrophes the same. I will bring this to the team, but in the mean time be careful with apostrophes when searching.tony_anytuneKeymasterJune 13, 2019 at 2:21 pmPost count: 290tony_anytuneKeymasterDecember 26, 2018 at 8:51 amPost count: 290
Anytune ignores the value of the Play/Pause Control Command received, since Play/Pause is a toggle of current to opposite state. That is strange behaviour.
Please ensure your sender and Anytune are configured to be sending on the same single channel. Sometimes when set to all channels 16 messages are sent resulting in 8 cycles and nothing to have happened. I cannot explain why it would required two clicks unless your remote control is sending one command and then a completely different command.
You could also try the learn feature and see if it is always learning the same command.